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RUMOURS OF SALE HELP ARGENTINE rails

RUMOURS OF SALE HELP ARGENTINE rails

THE week-end brought litUe change to theto*kmaAd6uto far as trading was concerned. The accumulati were not large owing to some extent t 0 ™* , selling Markets left off with some irregularity on scattered se g. bought and gained to *. Home Railways were lifeless, but kept ‘'“OTei
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OTHER EXCHANGES

OTHER EXCHANGES

BIRMINGHAM Motors showed weakness. Austin "A" 38/9. Leyland 96/3, Rovers 38/6. Standard 38/3, Triplex 35/6, Singer 6/6. Ford 46/-. Halford Cycle 98/6, Alvis 6/3, Dennis 34/-, Dunlop 71/6, Enfield 42/9, Guy 4/-, Humber 29/9, Jaguar 14/6. Lea Francis 3/3, Meadows 22/3. Morris 39/6
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH PLAN FOR “JOINT OWNERSHIP“ OF RUHR INDUSTRIES

FRENCH PLAN FOR “JOINT OWNERSHIP“ OF RUHR INDUSTRIES

The plan, says Reuter, provides Ownership of Ruhr coal and steel should be transferred mdtvisibly to “United Nations who sign the Peace Treaty with Germany." (2) Management should be placed in the hands of those United Nations “interested more particularly in the Ruhr.” (3) Prof
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOUGHT SOVEREIGNS

BOUGHT SOVEREIGNS

Yaffe admitted that he was sentenced three months’ im■prisonmcnt for buying sovereigns. Mr. Wood —You got out of jail by informing the police that you could give evidence against man called Segal?—No. You were shocked to hear that he was let out by the Court of iCriminal Appeal
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BEEKEEPERS’ NEW CHAIRMAN

BEEKEEPERS’ NEW CHAIRMAN

The Co. Dublin Beekeepers’ Association, at its annual meeting in 5 Leinster street, Dublin, yesterday, elected Mr. R. S. Anderson chairman for the coming year. Mr. W. J. Richards was elected vice-chairman and Mr. J. H. Clarke was reelected secretary and treasurer. In bis annual
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LUNCH AND DINE

LUNCH AND DINE

DOLPHIN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ESSEX STREET, DUBLIN (CLOSE CASTLE) KEWIN6TON HOTEL COLLEGE EOCAE* EAST BELFAST ON ** naecb. 1K» ■tar ntaran-ka tatnaww Tuts cui « • Th« Finest UGlu*"" ms
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1947

THE IRISH TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1947

04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SONS AT FUNERAL OF LABOUR LEADER

SONS AT FUNERAL OF LABOUR LEADER

HUGE ATTENDANCE AT FUNERAL OF MR. JAMES LARKIN THE President, the Taoiseach and several Cabinet Ministers were present yesterday at St Mary’s, Haddington road, Dublin, for the Solemn Requiem Mass, which preceded the funeral of Councillor James Larkin. The Irish labour and trade
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
m Tributes

m Tributes

Tributes laboured late and early on of the people of the city he loved and which he wa« proud. Alderman Cormac Breathnach. T said that James Larkin whole life wa. devored to one purpose—to uplift the underdo*. P Councillor Michael O associated himself wth the vote. Councillor Joh
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STUDENT NURSES

STUDENT NURSES

(Female. 18-30 year*) . Reouircd the Worcestershire Menul HmSiTal Barnsley Hall. Previous eapeneocc not necesaMy y * accordance with «h- RushJiflcScaie at £75 Pf“* V.V. ,c *n dental R«Ha of days on duty followed <*»y* ofl „m Meek's annual leave full nay Free uaioing given for Ce
04 February 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland